Classic commercials from the 1950s either featuring the cast of "Ozzie and Harriet" or mentioning the show by name. Products promoted include Aunt Jemima, Hotpoint, and Eastman Kodak. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic Commercials, 1950s, 50s, 1950's, 50's, Fifties, Old, Not New, Vintage, Retro
Preview of a film about a team of scientists vs giant, intelligent crabs. NOTE: This print is a bit faded. If someone has a better copy, please upload it. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: giant, crabs, scifi, horror, trailer
Preview of a film about space travel. Originally a Russian film, Roger Corman had it dubbed and added new scenes that were directed by Francis Ford Coppola. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: trailers, scifi, space
Here, Filmmaker Bill Deneen accompanies a Franciscan priest, John Farrell, and his boat 'Pio XII,' as they ply the backwaters of the Amazon River. There are many ethnographic elements to the film, one of the most notable of which is a ceremony in which a man stands in the sun, his hand being eaten by soldier ants, in a village ritual. Deneen was attacked by piranhas and bitten during the filming. For more on Deneen, visit http://www.afana.org/deneen.htm ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Catholic, Brazil, Amazonas
A 1970 ABC Television Network "fall preview" special. This was shown to get viewers excited for the upcoming fall schedule. The shows promoted obviously cannot be uploaded here, so this promo-special is the next best thing. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1970s, 1970's, 70s, 70's, Seventies, Retro, Vintage, Nostalgia, ABC...
These commercials are edits of a large file I found here at archive.org. I thought it would be nice to edit these into separate commercials and list them by ad campaign. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Cigarettes, Kent, Commercials
The bizarre story sets in Napoleon's France with an aging Boris Karloff, a young Jack Nicholson, his then girlfriend Sandra Knight and nobody seems to know exactly what's going on... Great fun to watch though. Roger Corman did sign the film but a lot of uncredited directors helped to finish it, including Jack Hill, star Nicholson and then beginner Francis Ford Coppola... Paradoxically, the copy of this trailer is far better than most of the dvds of the film available on the market. Will anyone... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Roger, Corman, Jack, Nicholson, Boris, Karloff, the, terror, gothic, horor, sandra, knight, dick,...
An 1969 TV special designed to make viewers excited for the 1969-1970 NBC Television Network schedule. Shows promoted include: "My World.. And Welcome To It", "The Debbie Reynolds Show", "Then Came Bronson", "Bracken's World", "The Andy Williams Show", "The Bill Cosby Show" and "The Bold Ones". Most of these shows obviously cannot be uploaded, so this promo is the next best thing. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: NBC, Classic TV, Television, 1960s, 1960's, 60s 60's, Sixties, NBC Television Network, National...
Episode "It Gives Me Great Pleasure" of the short-lived 50's sitcom "The Eve Arden Show". The show aired from 1957-1958. Complete with original commercials. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Sitcom
A classic Television commercial for a UNIVAC computer. This commercial is from a 5 February 1956 CBS-TV telecast. It also promotes CBS-TV's weather service. Pretty cool commercial if you ask me. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Computer, Computers, Vintage, Retro,...
How the Hillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo, California increased traffic with a sophisticated program of advertising and promotion. Excellent footage of stores and shoppers in an upscale suburb. Some footage from this film was used in IN THE SUBURBS. Producer and Photographer: George H. Kelley. Kodachrome. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Consumerism, Shopping centers, San Francisco Bay Area: San Mateo County
This program, "The Betty Hutton Show", featured seriously uneven writing and supporting cast. However, here is a really bad episode. Just like the other episode I uploaded, this is NOT funny! No wonder nobody watched it! ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Television, Sitcom, Sitcoms
Definitive document of pre-World War II futuristic utopian thinking, as envisioned by General Motors. Documents the "Futurama" exhibit in GM's "Highways and Horizons" pavilion at the World's Fair, which looks ahead to the "wonder world of 1960." ( 14 reviews ) Topics: Futurism, World's Fairs: New York, 1939-40, Infrastructure: Roads and highways
Promotional film for Westinghouse refrigerator line featuring a system of sticker-like decorations enabling purchasers to style their appliances as they choose. Vague hippie-type flower-power graphics; scenes of mod-dressed middle-class conventional people ( 17 reviews ) Topic: need keyword
Batteries Not Included is a film that I put together early this year, after I made the film I did not know what to do with it because it is so much different than the Experimental art films that I am most known for doing. I decided to release this film on the internet and I thought the best place to do this would be right here on the Internet Archives. About the Film: Almost as long as I have been a filmmaker I have also been a film collector. I have for many years wanted to assemble a... ( 21 reviews ) Topics: Toy Commercials, vintage television commercial, Third Eye Cinema, Classic TV, pop culture